802.11ac & BT 4.0 and Continuity & Handoff ARE WORING on Mac Pro 2010 (KEEP UPDATING)

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    MacProSector macrumors member

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    Hello everyone! I would like to tell you that I have successfully upgrade my Mac Pro Mid 2010 to 802.11ac and BT 4.0 (not the external USB dongle plan but internally!). Beyond that, the Continuity and Handoff features are full FUNCTIONAL! It is exciting!:):):D:D

    I had posted my plan on the Mac Pro Hardware Section, Check it out if you are interested:

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1748061
     
  2. m4v3r1ck macrumors 68020

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    Great article, thanks for posting!

    ~ Cheers
     
  3. MacProSector thread starter macrumors member

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    Hope this article is helping you. Thank you for reading!
     
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    continuity mode

    What exactly does the continuity mode does and how is it used?
     
  6. Cythth macrumors regular

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    Basically, it allows the seamless integration of all of your Apple devices when editing documents, emails, etc., and while making/receiving phone calls. It's pretty cool.
     
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    The reason I ask was I've heard it talked about and I wondered what had to be done to put this function on
     
  8. linuxcooldude macrumors 68020

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    Is it really necessary to make a thread, pointing to another thread?
     
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    Thanks MacProSector, very good article. Thanks for the link.
     

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